BREAKING | Terra String Quartet Awarded Grand Prize at Fischoff Chamber Music Competition

Founded in 2015, the New York City-based quartet will receive US$13,500 plus a number of important domestic and international performance opportunities

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The Terra String Quartet has today been awarded the Senior Strings Division gold medal and Grand Prize at the 49th Annual Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, in Notre Dame, Indiana.

Founded in 2015 and comprising violinists Harriet Langley and Amelia Dietrich, violist Ramón Carrero Martínez and cellist Geirthrudur Gudmundsdottir, the quartet will receive US$13,500, and a number of important domestic and international performance opportunities including a residency at the Emilia Romagna Festival in Italy in the summer of 2023.

 

 

The silver medal in the Senior Strings Division was awarded to the Trio Ondata and bronze prize was presented to the Pelia Quartet.

The gold medal in the Senior Wind Division was awarded to the University of Georgia-based Mixed Media.

The gold medal in the Junior String Division was awarded to the Colburn School-based Olive Trio.

The silver and bronze medals in the Junior String Division were awarded to the Sycamore Trio and the Peresson String Quartet.

The gold medal in Junior Wind Division was awarded to the Plexus Quartet.

The inaugural Lift Every Voice Prize was awarded to the Sequoia Reed Quintet.

Since its founding in 1973, more than 7,400 musicians have participated in the annual competition, including former Grand Prize recipients VC Artists Calidore QuartetUlysses, and the Dover Quartet.

The 2022 Senior String Jury comprises Norman Fischer, Nelson Lee, Cecile Licad, and Joanna Mendoza.

The 2022 Senior Wind Jury comprises Monica Ellis, Jeff Nelsen, Michael Powel, and Debra Richtmeyer.

The 2022 Junior String Jury comprises Anthony Arnone, Elinor Freer, and Rebecca McFaul.

The 2022 Junior Wind Jury comprises Michele Gingras, Raquel Samayoa, and Nancy Stagnitta.

The inaugural Lift Every Voice Prize jurors comprises Michael Cameron, Julio Elizalde, and Jeffrey Scott.